In the story of Chrysanthemum let children make their names out of Chrysanthemun petals of different colors.
I firmly believe kids learn best when they are actively engaged. They will be working on this A LOT in kindergarten - why not get a head start in a fun, playful way.
The Imagination Tree 4. Have some fun with plastic letters and mushy water beads and mix up a batch of Alphabet Goo Learn with Play at Home. Do you have a cookie tray and some magnetic letters? Then you can play and learn with them like Mess for Less did to reinforce letter recognition, ABC order and more.
Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas 7. Play and learn with Alphabet Soup. Playdough to Plato 9.
Kids will have a great time practicing letter recognition and working on sounds with an Alphabet Squish activity. I Can Teach My Child Practice phonemic blends with Word Rolls.
Laughing Kids Learn Take rhyming play on the go with a Car Phonics Game.
Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas Play Pound the Sound. Happy Brown House Make a Word Family Tree. No Time for Flashcards Playdough to Plato Freeze some letters and then have some Smashin' Ice Fun while practicing sounds and working on letter recognition. Glued to My Crafts Wow, so many great ideas!
Now you just have to decide which to try first? Do you have a favorite way to practice letter recognition or work on phonetic sounds? Please comment below and share them with me and my readers! In previous weeks we discussed:Make a fun and engaging early literacy game for kids using alphabet ping pong balls and letter tubes.
Exciting, fun and adaptable for younger and older kids! For toddlers and preschoolers, handwriting starts with drawing with crayons and chalk. Older children learn formal handwriting at school.
Read how to help. At the beginning of the school year, I read Chrysanthemum to my 2nd grade students. After we read and discuss the story we talk about how many letters the students have in their names.
Letter A Alphabet Activities: print outs, information, coloring pages, and books related to the letter A. One of many great free stock photos from Pexels.
Very young learners are developing their understanding of the alphabetic principle — the understanding that there are systematic and predictable relationships between written letters and spoken sounds. Teachers can help students develop this understanding through lots of fun activities that help students explore the alphabet letters and sounds. Exposing children to the alphabet in a creative way can help make learning letter recognition and letter sounds fun! Here's a spring-inspired alphabet activity that provides an opportunity for children to play and interact with ABC's! Follow our Language Arts & Literacy Pinterest board! Learning the ABC's with an Alphabet Flower Garden Activity Open-ended ABC activities can be fun for children. At the beginning of the school year, I read Chrysanthemum to my 2nd grade students. After we read and discuss the story we talk about how many letters the students have in their names.
This photo is about wisdom, wood, writing. Melissa & Doug Magnetic Chalkboard and Dry-Erase Board With 36 Magnets, Chalk, Eraser, and Dry-Erase Pen.